Gaskamp serves as a wildlife and range consultant in the producer relations program.
He joined the Noble Research Institute in 2007 after working as a hunting guide and gun-dog trainer on the King Ranch.
His areas of interest include wildlife habitat improvement, range management, white-tailed deer management, fisheries management, plant identification, prescribed fire and feral hog impacts. Gaskamp's research on drop-nets as a potential tool for feral hog control led him to develop the BoarBuster™ suspended corral trap.
Gaskamp grew up in Brenham, Texas.
Project Title: Development of Feral Swine Abundance Estimates for Measuring Performance of Management Activities Using Catch-Effort Data
Source: U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) Wildlife Services (WS) program National Wildlife Research Center
Term: March 11, 2015 to March 10, 2017